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725 sq. ft. (per Realist)
Built in 1967
Welcome to this Belle of Belmont where comfort and serenity await. This turnkey one-bedroom home is located in a well-maintained community with the amenities you’re seeking and a location you’ll love. A great floor plan, fresh paint, and a nicely updated kitchen give this home a modern, streamlined feel. Large sliding doors off the spacious living room lead to a covered patio with plenty of room to fire up your BBQ and entertain family and friends. The unit includes dedicated underground parking and storage, access to two pools & jacuzzis, onsite laundry, a billiard room, rooftop sky room with panoramic views, and a fitness center. The beautiful Davey Glen Park is right across the street and you’re minutes from tech offices, Hwys 101, 92, 280, CalTrain, and Belmont schools. The HOA covers heat, water, and garbage.
Living room • Private patio • Dining room • Kitchen (granite counters, dishwasher, refrigerator, stove) • Freshly painted • Ground level unit • Dedicated underground parking • Assigned storage area • Secured entrance • Two community pools and jacuzzis • Billiard room • Rooftop skyroom with panoramic Bay view • Clubhouse • Fitness center • On-site laundry facilities • Across the street from Davey Glen park and playground • Near tech offices • Easy Access to 101, 92, 280, & CalTrain • Belmont Schools • HOA $478/mo (covers heat, water, & garbage)
Belmont gets its name from the French words for “beautiful mountain,” and much of the city sits at the base of steep hills overlooking San Francisco Bay.
Many fine homes that were built at the turn of the last century still stand, although the demand for additional housing in recent decades – spurred partially by growth at the nearby headquarters of Oracle Corp. – gives the city a more modern look.
Belmont is also the home of Notre Dame de Namur University, a Catholic, co-educational school that became the first college in California authorized to grant a bachelor’s degree to women.
Bounded by San Mateo, Foster City, Redwood City, and San Carlos, Belmont has a population of more than 26,000 residents. The city is located within close proximity to both state Route 82 and Highway 101 and also has its own Caltrain station.
Belmont attracted national attention in 2009 when it adopted a smoking ordinance considered one of the strictest in the nation. The ordinance bans smoking in all parks, businesses, and multistory apartments and condominiums.